A third of people who have managed to build savings during the coronavirus pandemic do not plan to spend any of this cash as restrictions are eased, according to a financial confidence survey.
Nearly one in five people expect their finances to improve in the next few months, as coronavirus restrictions are gradually eased and the vaccination rollout continues, a report has found.
One in five (20%) parents have experienced financial difficulties during the coronavirus pandemic, a report has found.
Around two out of five families would fall into debt if the cost of their energy increased, according to a household financial confidence survey.
More than 100,000 people with cancer in the UK are struggling to pay for basic essentials due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to a charity.
Households’ hopes for their personal finances over the next 12 months improved in February, reaching close to levels seen before the coronavirus lockdowns started, according to an index.
The financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic has split the UK population into two halves, with some people’s incomes devastated and others left entirely unaffected, figures from the City regulator show.
Nearly three in 10 families with children living at home are worried about their ability to pay the bills in the coming weeks, according to an index.
Households are feeling more confident that the strength of their finances, house prices, and job security will increase in a year’s time, according to an index.
Households’ confidence in their personal finances over the next 12 months and also in making major purchases deteriorated in January, according to an index.
Households believe it will take three years on average for their finances to fully recover from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, a survey has found.